the vegetables, herbs, fruit, flowers that come off my allotment this year
Artist - a-n The Artists Information Company
a reframing residency began in march 2020
In the coronavirus age when, we learn, a virus is neither dead nor alive; when scientists can create and manipulate biological life, technology creates artificial life, and inanimate objects often appear to take on a life of their own, the question is, “What is Life”?
This is the transcript for a Lecture & Masterclass to be held at Frankfurt University Hospital.With the COVID-19 crisis, I reframed my talk to the criticality for scientists to work with creative & neurodiverse allies. I invited all to join a new Network. We’re stronger together.
This blog records my professional development connected to a recent a-n bursary for training in creative coding (8 one-to-one sessions) with creative coder Chris Ball. I began with some online exercises to understand the basic principles (am complete beginner) and […]
Odds and ends from the University of the Highlands and Islands course – distance learning, Orkney to North Wales.
This new blog explores how my artistic process is/has been shaped by my mental health. I experiment in my studio with pieces that push my own perception of what can be achieved creatively by challenging societal cliches around mental health and being an infertile woman.
Drawing links between fine art and particle physics.
Hello to everyone. I’m new here and this is my first month renting space to show my work in a shop housing many other independent artists. For me it’s a really big step into something more professional and challenging. Intending […]
A short explanation of feeling visible..
March on March the 8, 1pm 2020
Women’s Art Activism – Provocation and Politics
The Personal is Political
Bring your handbag/rucksack
Acrylic on Canvas with painted sides
W 86.5 x H101.5 x D3.7
Technology and biology collide in this painting. A robotic conceptualisation of mankind, at the intersection between life and technology, this painting reconciles two worlds.
Science Fiction Fantasy Art and Sculptures
I’m extremely excited to share the news! I’ve been awarded an Arts Council England Project Grant to present: No Thing is Immediate Geometric Sculptural Installations.
A new blog charting my continuing practice
A practice research residency in Grenoble exploring street trees and how humans relate to them
I am interested in the notion of Nothing, and what nothing is? I imagine that when I look into darkness or pure black, the absence of light is the boundary of the universe, creating a memory of what it was like before Being.
Our intention is to take our immersive music/light/art show KlangHaus to Glasgow to perform at UN Climate Conference CoP26 Nov 2020.
Mono Print to be exhibited at In Our Garden as part of WGC100 and HYO2020 in The New Maynard Gallery Campus West Welwyn Garden City
Mixed media (oils and acrylics) with painted sides 152.3 x 75.5 x 3.6cm £1,260 Part of my ‘Future Iconography’ series, this piece is among the largest. This is a painting full of paradoxes. Stark yet vivid, it looks towards the […]
Paintings picture us, engage when we do.
Delve deeper into the history of Chinatown in this interactive work combining Augmented Reality technology, music and storytelling. Explore Donald Shek’s immersive augmented reality world on your phone as you walk the streets of modern-day Chinatown.
Poetry needed theme emotions
Recorded spoken thoughts after a dream on the 26th august 2019
The moment the work happens. The circumstance of inspiration. As told by an invited series of artists. This blog document the multiple dialogues which contributed to the planning and implementation of this project and the journey towards bringing the exhibition to life.